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4 piece Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet (10 oz) by Kendal

  • Finished with a porcelain enamel interior
  • Hand cast iron teapot
  • one 10 oz teapot, one trivet, & two 1 oz cups.

$39.99

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4 piece Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet made from sturdy iron has a matte finish enamel coating on the interior to prevent rusting. The body is cast with a nail head design. Nail head symbolizes strength and beauty in traditional Japanese culture. Cast ironware heats evenly and retains heat well and is praised worldwide for their beauty, strength, and superb quality. In addition to brewing tea, you can also use this teapot directly on stovetop to heat water.

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OMyTea® 100% Handmade Chinese / Japanese Vintage Kungfu Gongfu Tea Set - Porcelain Teapot & Teacups & Bamboo Tea Tray & Tea Mat with a Portable Travel Bag, For Make Green Blooming Pu Erh Black Oolong Longjing Tea


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Fluttering Leaf Teapot and Cups With Phoenix Oolong Tea Set by The New York Times Company Store

Blue and white porcelain is arguably China's most well-known, easily recognized, and popular design. Tranquil Tuesdays Blue and White Fluttering Leaf Collection re-imagines this distinctly Chinese and iconic pattern with a contemporary, chic touch. The Tranquil Tuesdays Fluttering Leaf set with Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong Tea is exclusive to The New York Times Store and arrives in a Tranquil Tuesdays for The New York Times wooden gift box. A delightful gift for any occasion that is sure to impress. Brewing Guidelines: Enjoy 1.5 tablespoons of Tranquil Tuesdays Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong tea with one cup (about 8oz or 250mL) of filtered or spring water at 100 C/ 212 F. They recommend a quick tea rinse to awaken and open the tealeaves: pour the water over the tea, wait five to ten seconds, then dispose of the water. Next, steep the tea for up to fifteen seconds, lengthening the steeping time with each subsequent infusion. Take care as oolong teas can quickly become astringent from over-steeping. Experiment and adjust according to your own preferences and taste. Tranquil Tuesdays partners with artists in Chinas ancient porcelain capital, Jingdezhen, to design and craft their unique and beautiful teaware pieces. To source their premium teas, they travel throughout rural China to search for the most delicious teas from small family-owned farms. They work directly with the families who grow, pick, and handcraft their teas, and they visit often to be able to source in small, fresh batches. Additionally, Tranquil Tuesdays is committed to the importance of provenance. Honoring the traditions of high quality tea craftsmanship, each of their teas comes from its region of historical growing origin linked to its distinctive flavor, or terroir. Tranquil Tuesdays is committed to showcasing unblended and unscented teas, allowing you the chance to discover the rich and exciting taste of a teas natural harvest. As this item is on sale, no further discounts or coupon codes apply.

$180.00

Cuckoo Small Teapot by Wedgwood

The cuckoo collection is decorated with a design of Chinese flowers and birds, dating back to the early 19th Century and taking its inspiration from the fabulous Wedgwood archive pattern books from this period. Cuckoo adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to afternoon tea drinking occasions and offers a fabulously indulgent gift idea. Skillfully made using fine bone china with a burnished gold edge line; expertly designed and finished to the highest quality.

$99.95

Discover Your Favorites from China, the Home of Green Tea

China has an immense variety of green teas which have been developed and refined over the centuries making them the world’s greatest green teas. Some of these teas were presented to emperors and now these Tribute teas form a collection of Famous Teas, many of which are green. There are so many Chinese Green Teas , reflecting the fact that this is their national beverage and preferred style of tea that it is difficult to know where to begin in describing them. Firstly a few general points on green tea should be stressed to ensure that your experience is a positive one. Green tea should be whole leaf, loose not bagged to have a chance of infusing with the full, balanced character necessary. Green tea should ideally be drunk within six months. After picking primary drying (akin to withering for production of black teas) prevents oxidation and preserves the green color of the leaf. It entails reducing the moisture content from around 75% to around 65%. There are various methods by which green teas are dried prior to final firing, prior to dispatch. Teas Classified According To Primary Drying Process Sun Drying A lengthy drying process suited to the mountainous provinces of Yunnan, Sichuan and Anhui. This technique produces bulky teas using larger, more mature leaf, often from wild bushes. The tea is periodically tossed to ensure uniform drying. Yunnan teas are brisk, fresh and mineral-like with good body. Basket Firing Repeatedly heated in a bamboo basket over charcoal for 15-20 minutes. A good example is Green snail spring – Pi Lo Chun from Jiangsu Province. The intention is to create a leaf style that, when infused, returns easily to the shape of the freshly picked leaf. Teas tend to be grassy and refreshingly brisk (astringent). These teas are characterized by being bulky and slightly twisted. Pan Firing Traditional wood fired or thermostatically controlled electric pans may be used. The teas tend to have acertain tastiness. This is acquired from the liberal use of tea seed oil, applied as a mere haze to the surface of the pan. One of China’s ten Famous Teas, Tai Ping Hou Kui, from Anhui Province is unique in being both pan then basket fired. Tumble Drying Using an air dried drum looking rather like a cement mixer, this reliable and efficient method is usedin Zhejiang Province for the manufacture of Gunpowder tea. A small size pellet of tea indicates that the smallest, youngest leaf has been used in manufacture. Gunpowder teas have good body with a little sweetness with a slightly nutty aroma. Oven Drying Popular in southern provinces where production of excess heat is undesirable in the summer months this less traditional process produces inexpensive teas but has the draw-back of having a lack of subtlety. Steaming This method is not used in China but is popular in Japan where differing leaf sizes are mixed. Sencha is the popular style produced although tencha, powdered to form matcha is also produced in this way. The best matcha is used in the Japanese tea ceremony. How to Make Your Chosen Chinese Green Tea To make green tea allow freshly drawn or bottled spring water. Adherence to both these points should ensure that the tea does not become bitter. The leaf can be re-infused, allowing progressively more time to do so. Cover the tea when brewing it such as using the lid on a teapot or Chinese gaiwan, a traditional drinking vessel comprising a saucer, cup and lid. Hopefully this brief insight into Chinese Green Teas will inspire you to try some Chinese Green Teas. This could, quite realistically be the height of your tea drinking experience. You may view our selection of fifteen such teas here. uk/product-category/green-tea/green-china-tea/. About Company: Grey’s Teas supplier of black, green, oolong, white, flavoured, tisanes or classic tea blends throughout the UK. Orders over £30 are delivered FREE within the UK. For further details about the products we offer please call 01564... Source: Assam Tea | Herbal Tea | Oolong tea | Darjeeling Green Tea

Latest News

  • Kayaking on the Chicago River and three more tours of the Windy City : Travel

    07/17/15 ,via STLtoday.com

    Empty teapot? Turn the lid upside down or lean it on the top to signal to servers that you need more. And to say thank you at dim sum? Tap your index and middle finger on the table together. Triple Crown's dim sum is typical of the food of Canton. The

  • CEFC China Energy eyes upstream acquisitions, crude import license

    07/13/15 ,via Platts

    "We are looking for opportunities to invest in upstream oil projects and domestic refineries, expand our trading desks in China and overseas, and strengthen our logistics services," Cui Zhenchu, executive director of CEFC China Energy's oil arm, CEFC 

  • Confessions of an American Illuminati

    07/09/15 ,via Washington Post

    China has been crying “hostile foreign forces” a lot recently, but no one in the Chinese educated classes really believed that assertion. With no one the wiser, it seemed that the American Illuminati/Freemasons/Stonecutters But first, Felix Salmon

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Recipes

  • Iron Chef Chinese - Chef Chen's Mapo Tofu

    bean sauce, chicken broth, bean sauce, chili oil, black beans, garlic chives, ground pork, pepper, sake, salt, vegetable oil, soy sauce, tofu, black pepper, vegetable oil, water

  • Chinese 5-Spice Oatmeal Cookies

    flour, almond, baking powder, brown sugar, chinese five spice powder, eggs, sugar, cinnamon, oats, vanilla extract, salt, butter

Books

  • The beauty of Chinese Yixing teapots & the finer art of tea drinking

    Times Editions Pte. 2001. 154 pages.

    This volume contains the history and legends of the most famous teapot in China, the Yixing teapot: discover the properties and secrets of Yixing clay. It showcases over 60 of the most beautiful Yixing teapots, the works of some of the best known master craftsmen, in splendid full-color photography, and debunks some common myths about tea drinking, among them that tea tastes better in tiny red pots! It also guides you on the best ways to make tea, from selection of the right material to handling the preparation itself. The author takes the reader through the process of comparative testing with different teapots and different teas. His method, knowledge and experience will help you make the best choice, and get the best fragrance and taste out of your own teapots. Beautifully designed,...

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  • Perfect with a capital T

    07/14/15 ,via Stuff

    I will countenance nothing but Dilmah tea – the champagne of teas. I have conducted extensive experiments with teapot types: china, metal, glass, single-walled and double-walled. I have decided that as long as it has a decent spout, almost any pot with a ...

  • Shen Yunlan: China's Leading Maker of Zisha Pots

    07/13/15 ,via 中国妇女网

    I have been learning elaborate-style painting, or to say, Chinese fine brushwork, to apply it to my zisha ware. For example, the technique I have acquired from painting helps present the shade and glossiness of a teapot, which otherwise is more of a ...

  • Curran's provides cozy place to sit and sip awhile

    07/12/15 ,via Arizona Daily Sun

    The shop carries 10 different types of homemade chai and more than 40 loose leaf teas from China, Japan, India and Sir Lanka ... filtered water to a boil and filling a teapot with the hot water to preheat the teapot. Dump out the water and put about ...

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Yixing clay teapot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yixing clay teapots (also called Purple Sand are made from Yixing clay. This traditional style commonly used to brew tea originated in China, dating back to the 15th ...

YiXing teapots from YiXing, China. On-line teapots shopping.

YiXing teapots from YiXing, China. On-line teapots shopping. ... YiXing.com will wrap your teapot in a gift bag and mail it either to you or to a separate address.

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Porcelain Chinese Teapot Small Chinese porcleain teapot, white background with pink and yellow flowers and green leaves. The handle is bamboo shaped. Lid is removable. No cracks or chips Asian Decor: Porcelain Teapot from China More info: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9020x-chinese-porcelain-teap...
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Antique teapot
Antique teapot
What was this teapot doing in my country ?
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Chinese + Indian
Chinese + Indian
A very Chinese tea pot + a very Indian blend of Makaibari Darjeeling tea blended with Assam tea; and yes, that is a 99p aero latte from Ikea in the background ;-)
Photo by Kaustav Bhattacharya on Flickr
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